Japanese woodcuts, also called Ukiyo-e, is a term for an old Japanese art craft from the 17th century, where works were created through woodcuts. Often scenes of nature, kabuki actors, sumo wrestlers, erotic subjects, geishas and life in the city were popular subjects to portray. The result of the special craftsmanship is authentic illustrations, where history and Japanese elements are reproduced in the finest way. All Japanese woodcuts are printed on 240g matt quality paper in a 12-colour plotter for exceptional color reproduction. They are offered in the sizes A3, 50x70 and 70x100 cm.